The American Institute of CPAs said its members have been answering tax questions for USA Today as part of an annual effort to provide online tax assistance to readers.

USA Today readers submit questions to CPAs at www.money.usatoday.com and CPA volunteers answer their questions. The volunteers are drawn from the AICPA's Tax Executive Committee, Personal Financial Planning Executive Committee, Personal Financial Specialist Credential Committee and Financial Literacy Commission.

New tax Q&A columns will appear on the USA Today Web site each weekday until April 15.